Patients in regional Australia will soon experience the benefit of getting treated by doctors on medical jets, which would be a genuine time-and-life saviour. The Swiss company, Pilatus has reportedly spent around three years designing the $13 million purpose-built jets for Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS).
Check out Embraer’s latest business jets; Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 which offer a different class of luxury when travelling.
The future potential of solar and electric engineering in aviation is definitely exhilarating. And, some of the new and ongoing projects that are taking place could make a huge impact on the private charter market in near future.
As a flier, you would know that the private jets come in all shapes-and-sizes and so some could have a smaller runway requirement in comparison to the conventional commercial size aircraft.
British Airways’ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner planes are featured to make passengers feel fresher at the end of the flight. Now, isn’t that a wonderful feature! BA’s Boeing 787-9 aircraft has been in service since late 2015.
As a flyer, when you hand over the boarding pass to a cabin crew staff they would be able to decipher much more including the luxuries you will enjoy as a passenger.